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17 January 2011- Gareth Cliff

Tafadzwa Mukwashi and Gareth Cliff

“I think the real miracle isn’t what happens after life, the real miracle IS life… In 2011, live.” – Gareth Cliff

There is something very cathartic about the advent of a new year. 2011 is, for me, the year in which to, very simply, live. This is perhaps one of my better resolutions, and one that is actually possible to carry out – the only barrier to contentment is very often just ourselves.

And so I begin to see the beauty that has always been around me, and to laugh and to dance, and to breathe even more colour than ever before.

The John Smit Portrait was handed over to the proudly South African Springbok Rugby Captain, husband, father and supporter of Operation Bobbi Bear at the Sky Bar, Cape Royale’s stunning rooftop bar, during the holidays.  This past weekend the Gareth Cliff Portrait finally made it into the hands of its owner too.

Gareth Cliff is this rare amalgam of intelligence, critical thinking and unrivalled popularity. And in the spirit of creating lasting trails of meaning, he has turned all of this into the ability to move our generation to become more outspoken, proactive and involved in the political and social issues that do ultimately affect us all. Preppy good looks aside, that is the basis of the allurement of Gareth Cliff. He is part of the movement of young Africans creating waves of positive change.

So 2011 has begun. This is the Journey – here we hope and we dream and we always will, and we are Facing a Century.


Gareth Cliff


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